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                 All-Suture Anchor Solutions
DISPLACEMENT1 Compared to other all-suture anchors
    References 1. Douglass NP, Behn AW, Safran MR. Cyclic and Load to Failure Properties of All-Suture Anchors in Synthetic Acetabular and Glenoid Cancellous Bone. Arthroscopy. 2017 May;33(5):977-985.e5. doi: 10.1016/j.arthro.2016.11.022. Epub 2017 Jan 26. 2. Data on file. Report P/N 49190-01 Rev. B. 3. Erickson J, Chiarappa F, Haskel J, Rice J, Hyatt A, Monica J, Dhawan A. Biomechanical Comparison of a First- and a Second-Generation All-Soft Suture Glenoid Anchor. The Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine, 5(7)
1-7, 2017. 4. Data on file. Report 15002117 Rev. A. 5. Data on file. Report P/N 49193-02 Rev. A. 6. Data on file. Report P/N 51963-01 Rev. A 7. Barber FA, Herbert MA. All-Suture Anchors: Biomechanical Analysis of Pullout Strength, Displacement, and Failure Mode. Arthroscopy. 2017 Jun;33 (6):1113-1121. doi: 10.1016/j.arthro.2016.09.031. Epub 2016 Dec 22.
Active High fixation Curved Available in Double-loaded deployment strength5,6,7 drill guides multiple sizes options
              Supporting healthcare professionals for over 150 years
 SUTUREFIX and Q-FIXTM All-Suture Anchors
Active Deployment delivery systems confirm successful deployment with audible and tactile cues.3,4 They also provide the least displacement,1-3 compared to other all-suture anchors.
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